Via Napoli


#1

Anyone know if you can just order pizzas to go. I have an adr but want to cancel if you can. The girls want pizza, but i have my other fav’s.


#2

I read somewhere over the holidays that Via Napoli was testing a pizza by the slice kiosk just outside the restaurant. Maybe by the time you go they will have decided to sell them by the slice all the time. :happy:


#3

Oh that would work out so well if they did. I really love Mexican and want to try the other newbie. Since I scrapped the waterparks the last 2 trips I promised the girls we’d do them this year, which means only 1 day for Epcot now and I didn’t want to spend it with Pizza :rolleyes:


#4

I believe while we were there they were selling pizzas to go…


#5

They’re not really set up for pizzas to go, or weren’t in early December.
We had half of a personal size pizza left over and all they could come up with were the standard styrofoam containers and not a pizza box.


#6

eewww-k. Guess i’ll just have to sacrifice for the kiddos :laugh:
Thanks guys.


#7

We tried to order some to go in October, and it was a no go…hopefully they will offer it soon. It would be nice to take it back to our room and enjoy (instead of the nasty stuff they call pizza at the Boardwalk).


#8

The pizza there is awesome but I hope you know that it is not regular “American pizza”. It is a traditional Italian style pizza. Don’t know how old your DDs are but mine were 7 and 9 when we ate there and they got the spaghetti ; )


#9

Our four cheese pizza was just cheese and crust, no sauce.
Sometimes this is called a white pizza, but they are usually loaded with garlic, while I don’t think Via Napoli’s was.
I also like that they’re baked in wood burning ovens.
It isn’t “regular American” pizza, but it is very similar to New York pizzas.

If you MUST have a Chicago pizza, head out to Giordano’s at 12151 S Apopka Vineland Rd.


#10

You guys are making me hungry… Hurry up and get here 2012.


#11

The pizza is a traditional Italian pizza. This is how it was made in Naples, Italy when our ship would pull in.


#12

[QUOTE=Soundgod;1061880]Our four cheese pizza was just cheese and crust, no sauce.
Sometimes this is called a white pizza, but they are usually loaded with garlic, while I don’t think Via Napoli’s was.
I also like that they’re baked in wood burning ovens.
It isn’t “regular American” pizza, but it is very similar to New York pizzas.

If you MUST have a Chicago pizza, head out to Giordano’s at 12151 S Apopka Vineland Rd.[/QUOTE]

My FAVORITE!!! Love a no sauce, thin crust, loaded garlic and cheese pizza.


#13

Being you guys are talking about this, is Via Napoli on the DDP and what is it considered, Table or Counter?


#14

don’t do the DDP but I assume it is table


#15

It is a table and I’m certain they’re Dining Plan and without doubt a single credit. This isn’t a signature, certainly not when compared to Tutto Italia, which itself is only a single credit.


#16

Christmas week through January 7,for the first time,Via Napoli was selling “by the slice” Pizza at an “outside” podium.(“only” $6.50) :blink:

I believe it was to assist with the holiday crowds.


#17

[QUOTE=mickeymotto;1062051]Christmas week through January 7,for the first time,Via Napoli was selling “by the slice” Pizza at an “outside” podium.(“only” $6.50) :blink:

I believe it was to assist with the holiday crowds.[/QUOTE]

6.50 a slice it better have been a good size slice


#18

No kidding! I just can’t bear to spend that much on a slice of pie. I have too many great places around home to even entertain the thought of spending that much!:rolleyes:


#19

Thank you, and Soundgod, I changed to LeCellar. It will be new for us. Never been and looking forward to it:)


#20

I don’t know the timing but le cellier is changing from 1 to 2 table cost so look into it …